PropertyAnimation allow you to animate a variety of object's properties. Let's have a look at the creation of a PropertyAnimation:
new AR.PropertyAnimation ( target , property , start , end , duration , easingCurve , options )
The animation is set up for an object (=target) and a specific property (=property). The property parameter is a simple string that is the name of the object's property. e.g. "rotation" -> animates the object's rotation property
If you want to move an object on an image target you need to animate it's offsetX or offsetY properties. Just have a look in the JS API Reference coming with the SDK package to see what properties an object has and what they control. Basically any numeric property is animatable with a PropertyAnimation.
As a reminder if you want more than one property and/or object animated use AR.AnimationGroups to combine different animations in squential or parallel order.
over 8 years ago
Hope someone can help me out on this. Would just like to know the other options for the animation... As per the sample in the Sparkle it does a "rotation" loop animation... What if I want a animatio of moving from one point to another point(left to right - ease in and ease out)?